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A woman with a rare form of ovarian cancer has been crocheting cuddly animals to raise money for her treatment – which is unavailable on the NHS.

More than 14,000 Havering pensioners are set to lose their automatic right to a free TV licence.

If you’re a fan of MTV you might just have spotted a team of midwives from Queen’s Hospital on your television this week.

A 21-year-old horse rider is a finalist in the Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons 2019

Set in 1960s Brighton, Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors became popular with British audiences after James Corden’s Tony Award-winning performance of the main character in 2011.

An avid learning disability rights campaigner from Romford made history on Monday when he became one of the first people with learning disabilities to be awarded a doctorate.

The organisers of Romford Pride are trying to raise £2,500 to make this year’s festival “bigger and better than ever”.

Nearly a quarter of people in Havering have never tried to book themselves an appointment with an NHS dentist, as they increasingly prefer to use private services.

A Havering law firm is aiming to raise thousands of pounds through several events for dementia charity Tapestry in Hornchurch this year.

A senior police officer has admitted mistakes made by the Met during the tri-borough merger have caused response times in Havering to plummet.

Turn the clocks back and indulge in music that four friends made which changed the world.

Primary school pupils had a fun time during a week dedicated to learning about the importance of maths.

Children were given the chance to sit behind the wheel of a police car at an action packed annual school fete.

There were smiles all round as teachers held with pride trophies their school had won at an awards event.

A manager was left broken hearted when she arrived at work to find her children’s charity shop had been hit by vandals.

A charity fundraiser is offering the chance to win a photo and shirt signed by World Cup winning footballers Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters MBE.

People are being urged to help a children’s hospice raise cash to help support its work in providing care for terminally ill children.

The father of a man found crushed in a cement mixer 13 years ago, will be awarded damages after the High Court ruled the police had breached Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Put on your blue suede shoes and get ready for a whole lot of shaking at Queens’s Theatre.

Peering up at the dark, twinkling sky, a 10-year-old Peter Morris did not know what life had in store for him.

Patients are being recruited as “mystery shoppers” to ensure the improvement of services at Queen’s Hospital, Romford.

A driver who stabbed a man in the face after their vehicles nearly collided has been jailed for six years.

Former long-standing Romford Recorder editor Royston John Mills passed away, aged 80, on Monday after a long period of illness.

A “delightful bunch” of offenders renovated the offices of a children’s charity as part of a community reparation project.

People knew the invasion had started when they heard unusually heavy air activity from around dawn on D-Day.

A traveller who shot a former Team GB boxer and his brother during a row between two warring families was jailed for more than 16 years today.

TV personality Rylan Clark will in Romford next month to wave off hundreds of local women taking part in the Saint Francis Hospice 30th birthday Star Walk.

Londoners could face more Tube travel misery this bank holiday after union members threatened a “complete shut down” of the Underground with strike action.

A former restaurant boss and head chef denied serving food unfit for human consumption following the death of a mother-of-one from food poisoning.

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